A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Webster's German by James Joyce

By James Joyce

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Says I to her like that. He turned aside and made the act of spitting. --Phth! says I to her like that, right into her eye. He clapped his hand to his eye and gave a hoarse scream of pain. --O Jesus, Mary and Joseph! says she. I'm blinded! I'm blinded and drownded! He stopped in a fit of coughing and laughter, repeating: --I'm blinded entirely. Mr Dedalus laughed loudly and lay back in his chair while uncle Charles swayed his head to and fro. Dante looked terribly angry and repeated while they laughed: --Very nice!

Lord Leitrim's coachman, yes, said Mr Dedalus. --They are the Lord's anointed, Dante said. They are an honour to their country. --Tub of guts, said Mr Dedalus coarsely. He has a handsome face, mind you, in repose. You should see that fellow lapping up his bacon and cabbage of a cold winter's day. O Johnny! He twisted his features into a grimace of heavy bestiality and made a lapping noise with his lips. --Really, Simon, you should not speak that way before Stephen. It's not right. --O, he'll remember all this when he grows up, said Dante hotly--the language he heard against God and religion and priests in his own home.

O, go on, Wells, all said. You might tell us. We won't let it out. Stephen bent forward his head to hear. Wells looked round to see if anyone was coming. Then he said secretly: --You know the altar wine they keep in the press in the sacristy? --Yes. --Well, they drank that and it was found out who did it by the smell. And that's why they ran away, if you want to know. And the fellow who had spoken first said: --Yes, that's what I heard too from the fellow in the higher line. The fellows all were silent.

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